My condolences to you, Rich & Harry. You may recall that I had your mom as a teacher in Room 1. My fondest memory was of winning the Time Telling game and getting a balloon on the back of my chair. I remember I won with identifying "a quarter before 1" for 12:45. I learned a lot that year - so much, in fact, that they wanted me to skip 2nd grade! I wish I'd known that she was still with us in recent years so I could have told her my good memories and to have thanked her. (And thank you again, Rich, for being such a good escort for me as Freshman Princess in 1964.) I hope you can see the photo I"ve posted, of my 1st grade class. I"m still in touch with many of the kids - and of course, Mrs. Wolverton is right there in the picture looking just as I remember her. See if you can find which one is I. My mom always said what a good teacher she was and how lucky I was to have her. I"m glad you got to have her with you as long as you did. I lost my mom in 2008 at age 87. It's hard to lose them at any age, though.